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The justice gap in the US ‘is a human rights crisis’

A new report from Columbia Law School’s Human Rights Clinic confirms that women, minorities and immigrant communities struggle disproportionately to access justice in the United States. As the barriers to adequate representation for poorer members of society persist, prominent advocates are calling it a “human rights crisis.”


March 11, 2014 | Namati


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